Yianni Diakomihalis wins 4th title, Penn St. wins team crown

TULSA, Oklahoma – Happy Saturday from the BOK Center where the 2023 NCAA Wrestling Championships came to a close.

Penn State won the team title, his 10th under head coach Cael Sanderson, all since 2011. Also, Cornell’s Yianni Diakomihalis became the fifth wrestler in NCAA history to win four individual Division I national titles after a 4-2 finals win over Sammy Sasso from Ohio State at 149 pounds.

Iowa finished second with a total of 82.5 points with six All-Americans. Real Woods (141) finished second after a 6-4 finals loss to Andrew Alirez of northern Colorado. Tony Cassioppi (285) was fourth, Nelson Brands (174) and Jacob Warner (197) both finished fifth, and Spencer Lee (125) and Max Murin (149) finished sixth.

Iowa State finished 11th overall with two All-Americans. David Carr (165) finished second, losing 8-2 to Missouri’s Keegan O’Toole in Saturday’s final. Fifth was Marcus Coleman (184). Parker Keckeisen (184) finished second, leading Northern Iowa to 16th with 29 team points.

Also, Tanner Sloan of South Dakota State, an Alburnett native, reached the NCAA Finals at 197 pounds, and Michael Blockhus of Minnesota, a three-time Iowa State Champion, finished eighth at 149 pounds.

Below are the final team results and Saturday night’s finals results – as well as the full results from Saturday’s early session.

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2023 NCAA Wrestling Finals results

  • 157 pounds: #1 Austin O’Connor (North Carolina) Dec. #2 Levi Haines (Penn State), 6-2

  • 165 pounds: #2 Keegan O’Toole (Missouri) Dec. #1 David Carr (Iowa State), 8-2

  • 174 pounds: #1 Carter Starocci (Penn State) pinned #2 Mikey Labriola (Nebraska) in 2:46

  • 184 pounds: #3 Aaron Brooks (Penn State) Dec. #1 Parker Keckeisen (Northern State), 7-2

  • 197 pounds: #1 Nino Bonaccorsi (Pittsburgh) Dec. #7 Tanner Sloan (South Dakota State), 5-3

  • 285 pounds: #1 Mason Parris (Michigan) Dec. #3 Greg Kerkvliet (Penn State), 5-1

  • 125 pounds: #2 Pat Glory (Princeton) Dec. #4 Matt Ramos (Purdue), 4-1

  • 133 pounds: #3 Vito Arujau (Cornell) Dec. #1 Roman Bravo-Young (Penn State), 10-4

  • 141 pounds: #2 Andrew Alirez (Northern Colorado) Dec. #1 Real Woods (Iowa), 6-4

  • 149 pounds: #1 Yianni Diakomihalis (Cornell) Dec. #2 Sammy Sasso (Ohio State), 4-2

NCAA wrestling team finals results

  1. Pennsylvania, 137.5

  2. Iowa, 82.5

  3. Cornell, 76.5

  4. State of Ohio, 70.5

  5. Missouri, 64.5

  6. State of Arizona, 55

  7. Michigan, 58.5

  8. Nebraska, 54

  9. Virginia Tech, 49

  10. NC State, 48th

  11. State of Iowa, 47

  12. North Carolina, 42

  13. Princeton, 37.5

  14. State of South Dakota, 37

  15. Minnesota, 30.5

  16. North Iowa, 29

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Session 5 matches for wrestlers from Iowa, Iowa State, UNI

125 pounds

149 pounds

  • consolation semifinals: #8 Max Murin (Iowa) lost 4-3 to #3 Kyle Parco (Arizona State)

  • Match for 5th place: #8 Max Murin (Iowa) lost 12-3 to #4 Caleb Henson (Virginia Tech)

  • Game for 7th place: #10 Michael Blockhus (Minnesota) lost 6-2 to #6 Brock Mauller (Missouri)

174 pounds

184 pounds

  • consolation semifinals: #5 Marcus Coleman (Iowa State) lost 2-5 to #2 Trent Hidlay (NC State)

  • Match for 5th place: #5 Marcus Coleman (Iowa State) won via medical layoff over #4 Trey Munoz (Oregon State)

197 pounds

285 pounds

Cody Goodwin covers wrestling and high school sports for the Des Moines Register. Follow him on Twitter at @codygoodwin.

This article originally appeared on Des Moines Register: NCAA Wrestling Saturday Recap: PSU Wins Team Title, Yianni Wins No. 4

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